Current Mass & Funeral Schedule

For the most up-to-date Mass information, including changes from the regular Mass schedule, Mass intentions and scheduled Funerals, please click on the link below:

Current Mass & Funeral Schedule

 

 

Mass Times

Mass Schedule

Weekend Liturgies:
Saturday Vigil (English): 5:30pm
Saturday Vigil (Spanish): 7:00pm
Sunday Liturgies: 7:30am, 9:00am, 10:30am & 12:15pm

Weekday Liturgies:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday - 8 a.m. and 12:15 p.m. Daily Mass
Wednesday 8 a.m. and 10 a.m.
Saturday - 8 a.m. Daily Mass

Ash Wednesday (Ashes will be given out during Mass)
8 a.m.
10 a.m.
12:15 p.m.
6 p.m.

April 22nd - May 3rd - The Church will be re-roofed - All 8 a.m. DAILY Masses will be cancelled - there will be only a 12:15 p.m. DAILY Mass each day. All Vigils and Sunday Liturgies will NOT be affected.

Confessions:
Monday - Friday: 20 minutes before Daily Masses
Saturday: 4:15-5:15pm or by appointment with one of the priests.

Office Hours

Church Office Hours:
7:30am - 4:00pm (Mon. - Fri.)

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Welcome to our faith family!   We hope you will feel at home at St. Francis and will share your faith experience and talents with your fellow brothers and sisters in Christ. By worshiping and working together, may we more perfectly reflect the glory of God and help bring about His Kingdom.

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Upcoming Events & Important Imformation

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Saint of the Day

St. Polycarp: Saint of the Day for Saturday, February 23, 2019

Imagine being able to sit at the feet of the apostles and hear their stories of life with Jesus from their own lips. Imagine walking with those who ...

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St. Margaret of Cortona: Saint of the Day for Friday, February 22, 2019

Margaret of Cortona, penitent, was born in Loviana in Tuscany in 1247. Her father was a small farmer. Margaret's mother died when she was seven years ...

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St. Severian: Saint of the Day for Thursday, February 21, 2019

Bishop and martyr. The bishop of Scythopolis in Galilee. He attended the Council of Chalcedon (451) and took part in the complete triumph of the ...

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News from the Vatican

FEATURE: With Accountability Demanded at Day Two of Summit for the Protection of Minors, Pope Appeals for Valuing Women As ‘The Church’

Twelve 'Concrete Procedural Steps' Proposed by American Cardinal to Hold Bishops Accountable for Abuse or Mishandling Cases of Abuse

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Africa: Not all Muslims are Terrorists, not all Priests are Pedophiles

'We must not ignore the inexhaustible wealth that our faith has: that richness that is Jesus Christ himself.'

The post Africa: Not all Muslims are Terrorists, not all Priests are Pedophiles appeared first on ZENIT - English.

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Venezuela: Bishops Beseech Government to Allow Humanitarian Aid

Borders Closed with Colombia and Brazil

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Catholic News Service

Daniel Rudd: A pioneering leader in black Catholic journalism

IMAGE: CNS photo/courtesy National Black Catholic CongressBy Joyce DurigaCHICAGO (CNS) -- With February being both Black History Month and Catholic Press Month, Daniel Rudd's story is worth knowing.

A pioneering Catholic journalist, he founded the national black newspaper the American Catholic Tribune and also was the founder of what is today the National Black Catholic Congress.

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Vatican official urges reconsidering 'pontifical secret' in abuse cases

IMAGE: CNS photo/Maria Grazie Picciarella, poolBy Cindy WoodenVATICAN CITY (CNS) -- The Catholic Church should re-examine how "pontifical secret" is applied in clerical sex abuse cases so there is greater transparency in the cases and it is not invoked "to hide problems," said a canon lawyer and Vatican official.

Linda Ghisoni is a canon lawyer who serves as a consultant for the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith and is undersecretary for laity at the Dicastery for Laity, the Family and Life. She was the first woman to give a major presentation at the Vatican summit on child protection and the clerical abuse crisis.

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Harming a child must be 'line in the sand' for removal, cardinal says

IMAGE: CNS photo/Paul HaringBy Carol GlatzVATICAN CITY (CNS) -- For the Catholic Church, there is a "line in the sand," which can never be crossed, and that is to not allow anyone who harms or would harm a child to exercise public ministry, said Cardinal Sean P. O'Malley of Boston.

In fact, removing someone from public ministry for abuse should be seen not so much as a punitive act as much as it is an urgent pastoral and "prudential" measure to keep young people safe, added Archbishop Charles Scicluna of Malta.

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